The famous action movie "True Lies" will experience a new birth, but this time not on the big screen, not on the television screen. According to The Hollywood Reporter, Fox will shoot a series based on the feature movie.
The action will be carried over to the present, and the plot will also focus on the spouses who are going through hard times, whose relationship gets the much-needed shake-up after it becomes clear that one of them is an undercover special agent.
The script of the show will be prepared by Mark Guggenheim, who previously served as the producer of the series "Arrow". And the main producer of the series will be the screenwriter and director of the original movie, James Cameron.
Recall that "True Lies" was presented to viewers in 1994. The movie stars Arnold Schwarzenegger, Jamie Lee Curtis, Tom Arnold, Bill Paxton, Tia Carrere, Art Malik, Eliza Dushku, Grant Heslov, Marshall Manesh and other actors. The project was successful at the box office, and at some stage Cameron was thinking about movieing a sequel. However, the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001 put an end to these plans, as the director considered it unethical to create a movie about the successful fight against terrorists against the background of such events.
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